Tag Archives: Certified Public Accountant

We Want to Hear From You!

If you have been with us for a while, you may have noticed that this blog has switched from one main contributing author to a variety of authors.  While the SCACPA staff enjoys providing content, we want to be sure … Continue reading

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Does Your Firm Enjoy Flex Time In The Summer?

The busy tax season is over, the CPE crunch hasn’t yet started, and in these modern times, people are looking for flexibility in their work schedule. Everyone is looking for a better work/life balance, and in most instances younger people … Continue reading

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Advocacy for the CPA Profession

Surprisingly, or maybe not, 2011 has so far been a busy year in the legislative and regulatory arenas.  Several issues impacting CPAs have surfaced in Columbia, and as the advocate for the CPA profession in the state, SCACPA has been … Continue reading

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Is Real Change on the Horizon?

The board of the SC Association of CPAs certainly hopes so!  At their January 21 meeting, board members voted unanimously to throw their support behind the current effort to create financial reporting standards for private companies. Why is the current … Continue reading

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Past Presidents

In less than a week, I will technically become a “Past President” of SCACPA…what an honor!  My black and white photo was added to the “wall” in the SCACPA office last year and Tim Baker’s photo will now be the … Continue reading

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International Tax

As my year for blogging draws to a close, I am reminded that my daughter told me that I was too technical with my blogs. So I have tried to remain somewhat generic and less technical. But I must confess … Continue reading

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Thermometer or Thermostat

As the year draws to a close, most accountants are surely giving some level of thought and planning to the New Year – from an accounting perspective.  We, as a profession, have proven for centuries to be fairly good at … Continue reading

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Politics and Religion

Oh my!  Two subjects that generate a bit of attention are “Politics” and “Religion”.  Most of us are intelligent enough to avoid these topics unless we are in the appropriate environment.  But these are two subjects that even CPAs cannot … Continue reading

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Women

Using this blog title may attract a number of curious readers. As I reflect on my life, it is easy to see how the role of women in society has changed. Being a boomer and growing up in the “Leave … Continue reading

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2010 Professional Issues Update Series

Just around the corner on my calendar I have noted the dates for all of the PIU presentations.  The PIUs (Professional Issues Updates) are popular with a number of our sister state CPA associations across the country.  As a CPA … Continue reading

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